Travel Tips for St. Georges, Bermuda
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St. Georges is
our favorite Bermuda
port. Though it's quite a bit smaller than Hamilton, St. Georges
takes you back to the "old" Bermuda, with its shops and narrow streets.
The town has been designated a World Heritage Site by the United Nations.
It reminded us of a small, quaint beach town in the U.S.
Favorites in St. Georges -- visit
the shops, wander through the back streets off of the main square of St.
Georges, eat a
rum cake while watching the boats. You can buy an excellent rum cake
at Carole Holding's art studio on the main square. You can also
visit the beaches from St. Georges. If you are able to book a tour here,
try for the dusk tour of the town by the town crier (he's actually the
mayor of St. Georges).
said -- This was a step back in time in a way, but at the same time
St. Georges is modern, with nice shops and very friendly people. The
downtown area is small, very easy to explore, and a lot of fun.
said -- Sitting at the St. Georges harbor and eating a rum cake was a great
experience. We had the opportunity to talk at length with one of the
shop owners, and were most impressed by how polite everyone was. A
very pretty town.
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